Academic & Career Exploration

Welcome, Lions!

We understand that academic success, choosing a major,  and thinking about a future career can be exciting and scary at the same time. Our Academic and Career Exploration (ACE) Coaches are here to provide support and guidance for Southeastern students who are no longer served by their SE 101/102 Advisors.
(We currently serve 3rd semester freshmen - seniors) 


As you experience transitions during your academic journey, we would love to offer our support.

Some of the services offered to our students include:

  • Academic exploration (goal setting, time management, study strategies, grit, etc.)
  • Access to major/career exploration (information, assessments, and resources)
  • Academic checkpoints throughout the semester
  • Referrals to academic departments and on campus resources

 

 

Find the support you need with ACE and SE 103Featured Class:

SE 103 (1 credit hour)
Meets in person 2 days a week for 1 hr & 15 mins each day

SE 103 classes, taught by ACE Coaches, are for students who are on (or nearing) academic probation and in need of academic support.  Focus is on sharing academic successes and obstacles, encouragement, and accountability while being guided by the instructor.

ACE’s SE 103 class has different offerings open to undergraduate students who are committed to working toward their own academic progress. 

Primarily for Transfer Students
(MW 9:30-10:45am Contact amanda.harper@southeastern.edu)

Primarily for Students in Housing or the College of Business
(MW 11-12:15pm Contact bdubuisson@southeastern.edu)


Primarily for Students in Healthcare and Human Sciences majors
(TuTh 9:30-10:45am Contact jennifer.whisenhunt@selu.edu
)

Primarily for Students in Science and Technology
(TuTh 11-12:15pm Contact laura.squires@selu.edu
)

Primarily for Students in Education
(TuTh 11-12:15pm Contact julie.lassalle@selu.edu
)

Primarily for Students on Academic Warning (GPA 2.0 - 2.49)
(TuTh 12:30-1:45pm Contact bbergeron@southeastern.edu)

Clarification:
Our class would not take the place of any current 1st semester freshman taking a SE 102 this semester. They would still take SE 102 with a Freshman Success advisor the following semester. Students who took SE 102 for two semesters and still want more academic support with GPA recovery, can take our SE 103 class. 

If you don't think you fit into any particular category of classes offered, please email ace@southeastern.edu, provide your name, w#, and request to discuss possible options.